Ok, let’s be honest haven’t we all dreamed about being a whip wielding archeologist? Exchanging a bag of sand for a golden skull only to have poison darts shoot out of the walls at us and then have a giant rock ball chase us through a cave?
Around Unclaimed Baggage Center we actually have our own versions of Mr. Jones. But, we don’t call them archeologists we affectionately refer to them as Unclaimed Bagologists. What's that?>>
Recently we heard someone talking and comparing Unclaimed Baggage here in Scottsboro to an amusement park. Some people make their way to Disney or Six Flags. But for others UBC is the place for thrills and excitement.
So, you may ask what is it about UBC that makes people think of it as an amusement park? Let us tell you why!>>
Have you heard of the saying, “close but no cigar”?
According to the website Phrases, the phrase, and its variant 'nice try, but no cigar', are of US origin and date from the mid-20th century. Fairground stalls gave out cigars as prizes, and this is the most likely source, although there's no definitive evidence to prove that. So what does this all have to do with Unclaimed Baggage Center? Find out >>
You may have seen the sign at the road or you may have even parked your car in the small parking lot to the left of the main store and noticed a smaller, quaint looking building sitting in the corner.
Class is in session as we continue our educational series on How to speak UBC. Today’s term is "The Mezzanine".
First let us explain what "The Mezzanine" is NOT.
- It’s not a popular Italian dish
- It’s not a country in East Africa
- It’s not a pharmaceutical drug
- What else is it not? >>